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Music: Bobby Long

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Long before his first album, Bobby Long acquired a following due to his friendship with a certain sparkling vampire and writing a song for one very popular soundtrack. Soon after, he released A Winter  

Bobby Long

April 5 • 20th Century Theater

1 Comments · Tuesday, April 2, 2013
 Long before his first album, Bobby Long acquired a following due to his friendship with a certain sparkling vampire and writing a song for one very popular soundtrack. Soon after, he released A Winter Tale.  

Music: Frightened Rabbit

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Urgent and bracing, sullen and surrendering … the music of Frightened Rabbit often seems a mess of emotions tied up in a twitching, fragile guise of genius. Like a thin, bruised girl with a Kurt Cob  

Frightened Rabbit

March 25 • Bogart's

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Urgent and bracing, sullen and surrendering … the music of Frightened Rabbit often seems a mess of emotions tied up in a twitching, fragile guise of genius. Like a thin, bruised girl with a Kurt Cobain kind of problem, Frightened Rabbit would fall apart if you took any one thing (music, lyrics or sentiment) away from it.   

Music: Milo Greene with Kopecky Family Band

0 Comments · Thursday, March 14, 2013
Hailing from Los Angeles, Milo Greene has taken to calling itself “Cinematic-Pop.” There’s no reason to disagree. The quintet makes music that is indeed “cinematic.” The members intend   

Milo Greene with Kopecky Family Band

March 18 • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Monday, March 11, 2013
Hailing from Los Angeles, Milo Greene has taken to calling itself “Cinematic-Pop.” There’s no reason to disagree. The members intend for their music to possess a softness to it that makes it perfect for soundtracking movies.  

Florida Georgia Line

Feb. 20 • Brick Street Bar (Oxford)

0 Comments · Monday, February 18, 2013
Florida Georgia Line’s first single, “Cruise,” might be a love song, but if you have any imagination at all, chances are you’re picturing “every little farm town” that runs along the states’ border. That song made the boys of Florida Georgia Line blow up practically overnight.   

On My Marriage, Divorce and Christian Outlook

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 13, 2013
I did truly love the man I thought I was marrying. I don’t, however, think I would have married him if I were raised differently. What I mean is: I’m a Christian.
  

Dierks Bentley with Miranda Lambert

Feb. 15 • Nutter Center (Dayton)

2 Comments · Monday, February 11, 2013
While some musicians seem to think no one wants to listen to old school Country anymore (ahem … Blake Shelton), Dierks Bentley has always embraced the past.  

Marilyn Manson

Jan. 19 • Bogart's

1 Comments · Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Despite more than 10 years passing since the height of Marilyn Manson’s career, his music has continued to be exceptionally good. His latest album, Born Villain, is full of the same scream-laden, pain-filled AltMetal he’s always done and yet it continues to sound fresh.